National star-studded Bashundhara Kings clinched the Women's Football League 2020-21 title with a 100% unbeaten record, crushing Nasrin Sports Academy 16-0 in their last match Monday.
The Kings, who secured the title in the previous match with an 18-0 victory over Jamalpur Kacharipara Akadash Saturday, earned 42 points from 14 encounters.
National team striker Sabina Khatun netted a double hat-trick, Krishna Rani Sarkar scored four goals, and Swapna also struck a hat-trick for the Kings at the Kamalapur Stadium.
Samsunnahar Junior, Sumaiya and Maria Manda netted one each for the champions.
In Monday's other match, Ataur Rahman Bhuiyan College SC finished league runners-up, beating FC Brahmanbaria 8-2 at the same venue.
Shaheda Akhter Ripa and Halima Akhter struck two goals each while Marzia, Anuching Mogini, Anika Tanjum and Nasrin Akhter netted one each for the winners.
Kakoli Akter and Ela Moni Akter scored one each for FC Brahmanbaria.
In the day's other match, Jamalpur Kacharipara Akadadh defeated Suddopuskorini Jubo SC 5-0 at the same venue.
Bipasha Mali and Lipi Akhter scored two goals each while Ratna netted another for Jamalpur.
After the match, Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) Vice-President Ataur Rahman Bhuiyan Manik handed the champions' trophy and a cheque of Tk3 lakh to the Kings.
Mahfuza Akhter Kiron, BFF member and chairman of BFF Women's Football Committee, distributed the runners-up trophy and a cheque of Tk2 lakh to Ataur Rahman Bhuiyan College.
The Kings' Krishna Rani Sarkar was named the highest goal scorer of the league for her 28 goals while Shohagi of the runners-up team was adjudged the best player.